Washington County has a variety of transportation service options for its citizens. If you know of one that is not listed, please let us know! Note that parents and personal care assistants can sometimes be reimbursed for mileage and other transportation costs. Check with a case manager for details.
Canvas Health Transportation is provided to clients who have an ongoing need for transportation to and from various appointments, support groups, activities, errands and meetings throughout Washington County.
Community Thread offers door-to-door transportation services to medical appointments for Washington County residents who have no other means of transportation.
Healtheast Medical Transportation is a Twin City leader in emergency and scheduled transportation.
Metro Mobility is a shared public transportation service for certified riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses due to a disability or health condition. Rides are provided for any purpose.
Minnesota Non-Emergency Transportation (MNet) is a service that schedules non-emergency medical appointment transportation for Medical Assistance (MA) recipients.
Newtrax is a nonprofit that provides daily transportation for more than 500 adults with disabilities in the Northeast Metro area.
Premier Handicap Services is a locally owned non-emergency transportation company serving the entire Twin City metro area and beyond.
Transit Link service area includes all communities in Washington County and several communities in eastern Ramsey County. Riders can also travel throughout the metro area (free transfer required).
Disability Parking & License Plates
A disability parking certificate, which is often hung by the rear view mirror, can be obtained from the Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services. DMV.org is a great resource to learn about the process.
To obtain disability license plates, the person with the disability must be the owner of the car. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has application and additional information.